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Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 07/05/2017
With artillery systems offering vital support to African forces, there are calls for a renewed effort to combine lessons, invest in new platforms, and establish new training initiatives. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 06/09/2017
Hungary's upcoming Zrínyi 2026 defence plan is a sign that the European land systems market is back on track, according to the president of the Defence Industry Association of Hungary. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 05/25/2017
Underinvestment in artillery has left Nato land forces vulnerable to “devastating” capabilities that have been developed by high-end “near peer” adversaries, fears the British Army’s head of capability combat support. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 05/15/2017
Poland is to provide a major update on its efforts to establish the Wisla missile defence programme to military and industry partners at the Integrated Air & Missile Defence conference in Warsaw, July 2017. Full Content »
Contributor: Victor M. S. Barreira
Posted: 04/18/2017
Turkey’s state-controlled company Aselsan Elektronik Sanayi Ve Ticaret and privately-owned FNSS Savunma Sistemleri is to begin serial production of the KORKUT self-propelled anti-aircraft gun system for the Turkish Armed Forces. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 04/12/2017
This market report explores the latest information available on the air and missile defence landscape in Europe, from existing inventories to future requirements, and the results of Defence IQ's community-led survey on the current technological and strategic priorities. Full Content »
Contributor: Pola Zafra-Davis
Posted: 03/20/2017
Tensions are rising between Kosovo and Western allies as Pristina persists to unilaterally create a standing army for Kosovo. As of the 15th of March, the latest statements by 'The Quint'  (USA, UK,  German, French, and Italian representatives in the Kosovan capital), have taken a more hard-line stance towards Kosovo President Hashim Thac Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 03/06/2017
Amid current land conflicts and the potential of future warfare, it is useful to understand how armies are prioritizing their artillery challenges, and where artillery investment should lie. Defence IQ surveyed this community to get a gauge on these issues. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 02/05/2017
Artillery is fast re-establishing itself as an indispensable tactical instrument, vital for both self-defence and expeditionary warfare, but it is essential that military users and commercial suppliers communicate in a forum that offers a candid exchange of views so that these artillery capabilities are maintained and developed for future operation Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 01/18/2017
With the increasing number of (ballistic) missile-equipped nations and growing geopolitical uncertainty in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region in particular, Air and Missile Defence programmes and requirements are understandably evolving at a rapid pace.Meanwhile, given the ever increasing threat of radical institutions (bot Full Content »
Contributor: Victor M. S. Barreira
Posted: 01/11/2017
The French Ministry of Defence's armament procurement organisation, the Direction Générale de l’Armement (DGA), has awarded prime contractor Thales to supply the Spy’Ranger tactical mini-unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to the French Army. The contract was signed on 21 December 2016 and announced by the DGA on 5 January 2017. It covers a firm order f Full Content »
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